Vol. 45 Nbr. 1, January 2019
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- State legislatures deliver.
- The magazine's new look.
- Apprenticeships help pave the road to success.
- Diversity is the new normal on campus.
- Slow down, you move too fast.
- Suicides are up.
- TOP TEN: These challenges will keep lawmakers busy as legislatures reconvene this year.
- MATERNITY CARE IN CRISIS: American women are dying from childbirth at a higher rate than in any other developed country.
- New year, new jingle.
- Civics knowledge weak in new study.
- Incivility is wide-spread and growing.
- No more snow-day slacking.
- Trouble in paradise?
- What's in your bitcoin wallet?
- THE LONG VIEW OF STATE BUDGETING: Accrual accounting is a big-picture way of ensuring state governments are living within their means.
- 5 Tips for Every New Lawmaker: Getting elected was hard work, but now the really hard part begins--representing your district. If you are one of the 1,500 brand-new lawmakers elected last fall, are you prepared? We compiled the following advice from several seasoned legislators.
- GET READY TO ENUMERATE: The decennial census, the government's single largest civilian undertaking, wants to find everyone this time.
- The citizenship question.
- TOXINS ON TAP: Lawmakers are working to keep potentially dangerous fluorochemicals out of drinking water supplies.
- Earned Income Tax Credit: Rewarding Hard Work.
- Is it better to be ethical or to appear ethical?
- The Final Word.